Edmonton Interfaith Centre Annual Open House –Wednesday December 6 at 7:30, please join us here for our annual relaxing evening of fun, food, music, dance and schmoozing with friends old and new. Learn, listen (and participate) in Tai Chi, Indigenous drumming, ginaan, shabad, bhajan, Chanukah and Christmas of course. You can buy calendars and renew… Read more »
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Dr. Nicholas Wickenden presented “Luther – the Unintended Reformation” at the Edmonton Interfaith Centre for Education and Action’s Lunch and Learn on November 20, 2017.
Please join us on Wednesday November 22 at 1:00 to meet Rabbi Arik Ascherman. He led Rabbis for Human Rights for 21 years, and has currently founded “Torat Tzedek” (Torah of Justice.) He is known for putting himself in physical danger in the defense of others, and is widely recognized as a leading Israeli advocate… Read more »
LUNCH & LEARN Monday November 20 at noon, Nicholas Wickenden will present “Luther – the Unintended Reformation”. Bring your lunch if you like, hot and cold drinks provided, $2 donation gratefully accepted. Entrance is in the back lane across from Tim Horton’s. There is very limited parking here, please plan to park elsewhere, the lot… Read more »
Join us at Just One World Nov. 25-26. We will be selling out 2018 Multifaith Calendar.
Rev. Dr. David Fekete of the Swedenborgian Church presented “E Pluribus Unum: Plurality Not Sameness”, this was his topic at NAIN 2017 (North American Interfaith Network) in San Diego in August. Lunch and Learn series of the Edmonton Interfaith Centre for Education and Action (EICEA) on October 16, 2017.
LUNCH & LEARN Monday Oct. 16 at noon – Rev. Dr. David Fekete will present “E Pluribus Unum: Plurality Not Sameness”, this was his topic at NAIN 2017 in San Diego in August. It is here, entrance in the back lane across from Tim Horton’s, bring your lunch if you like, hot and cold drinks… Read more »
Canadians more likely to commit crimes than migrants (Sundre Round Up, September 12, 2017).
Author and designer Eric Broug has offered numerous workshops on Islamic geometric design, and will be demonstrating how the rules and design principles of this design tradition enabled craftsmen to make exquisite compositions. Using the same tools as craftsmen have used for centuries, you will learn how to make a number of geometric patterns. Only… Read more »
Our Lunch and Learn on September 11 featured former EICEA board member Firdosh Mehta talking about Zoroastrian end of life issues. Here is a video of his talk, including the Q&A.